Natural beauty of Nepal is worth-seeing and it is hard to describe it in words. Nepal is one of the most beautiful Places in the world. Nepal is really a piece of heaven on Earth. Nepal is a country where nature has blesses it too much. Nepal is not a artificial, it is a totally naturally beautiful country. Nepal is covered with high mountains including the world's highest peak Mount Everest. Many of the tourists just visit Nepal to see this beautiful peak. Not only the huge mountains, we can see various lakes, rivers, caves which are the inhabitant for varities of wildlife and birds.
Kathmandu Valley comprises the three ancient cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, which were once independent states ruled by the Malla kings from the 12th to the 18th centuries. The three cities house seven UNESCO World Heritage shrines which are together listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture). The valley is also home to hundreds of other exquisite monuments, sculptures, artistic temples and magnificent art – reminders of the golden era in Nepal’s architecture.
Legend has it that the valley was once a primordial lake ringed by verdant mountains. In this pristine lake lived giant serpents until one fine day, saint Manjushree, the Bodhisatva, raised a mighty sword and in one fell swoop, cut open the side of a mountain at a place now known as Chobar. The voluminous waters of the lake gushed out, leaving behind a fertile valley capable of supporting large urban settlements over the millennia. The Gopala and Kirati dynasties were the earliest rulers here followed by the Licchavi (300-879 A.D.), under whom flourished trade and crafts.
Pokhara is known as the “Natural and adventure capital” of Nepal, because of its astounding setting of extreme beautiful lakes with lush hills offering unique view of Himalaya. Pokhara is the second most popular tourist destination in Nepal after Kathmandu.
Pokhara is famous for sightseeing and mountain views. Pokhara offers magnificent views of Dhaulagari, Manasulu and the mind blowing views of Annapurna range to the north of Pokhara including Annapurna I and VI, Annapurna South and Machhapuchhare gives you an amazing feeling. When the sun rises, you can see the reflection of the mountains in the lake, truly a photographer's paradise.
It is popular as "City of Lakes". Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake and Rupa Lakeare some of the major attractions. Pokhara’s attractions are endless. Pokhara also provides the perfect opportunity to hire a bike and zoom off into the sunset up any of the surrounding mountains to get a scintillating panoramic aerial view of the lake.
Pokhara Valley has in recent years grown as a destination for adventure sports such as paragliding and ultra-light aircraft flights. And with boating, bird watching, trekking and mountain biking as other attractions, Pokhara has it all. It is the starting point for many of Nepal's most popular trekking and rafting destinations.Thakalis, indigenous of the Thak Khola region of Mustang, are known for their entrepreneurship and run tea houses along the trek routes in the Annapurna region.
Nepal is a country of exceptional biodiversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. Nepal has 16 national parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas, occupying 16 percent of its total geographical area.
Chitwan literally means "heart of the jungle". It is probably Asia's best one for wildlife safari tour destination and is established in 1973 A. D. as well country's first national park belongs to UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. Due to easy accessibility both from Kathmandu and Pokhara and well managed eco-resorts facilities made most visited tourist spot of the country. The park offers wide variety of wildlife in nature as well some rarest species of animals found on planet. The park is home to 56 species of mammals, 49 species of amphibians and reptiles, and 525 species of birds. Wildlife found here include endangered species like the one-horned rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal tiger, gaur, wild elephant, four-horned antelope, leopard, sloth bear, wild boar, rhesus monkey, grey langur monkey, wild dog, small wild cats, and many other smaller animals. Also found here are cobras, kraits and pythons. The swampy areas and numerous oxbow lakes of Chitwan provide a home for the marsh mugger crocodiles. In a stretch of the Narayani River are found one of the few remaining populations of the rare and endangered fish-only eating gharial, or Gangetic crocodile. Also found here is one of the world's four species of freshwater dolphins.
Most jungle safari consists of canoe rides on the jungle Rivers, nature walks, birds watching excursions and quick tours around the villages to discover unique culture and traditions of the local village people. There are also scheduled cultural-musical programs performed by the villagers.